The British government's success with tools for weeding out obsolete or burdensome regulations could provide a model for the current U.S. bipartisan push for regulatory reform, according to testimony given Wednesday to the Senate Budget Committee's special task force on government performance.
But differences in political cultures could limit the extent to which the English approach could bridge the American ideological divide over the value of regulations.
MODS, Need to be moved to politics. Sorry.
Last edited by Wesley; 11-18-2011 at 02:45 PM.
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